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Monthly Archives: February 2013
http://youtu.be/vijg_JwRAL8 If you’ve ever watched ESPN, you know that they often produce and air their own tongue-in-cheek commercials regarding their daily evening news sport wrap-up program SportsCenter. Oftentimes, EPSN will have an athlete star or make a cameo in one … Continue reading
Jeremy Lin will be representing the Houston Rockets at the 2013 Taco Bell Skills Challenge, on Saturday February 16 during NBA All-Star Weekend. The Taco Bell Skills Challenge is a timed course where contestants have to dribble, pass, and shoot … Continue reading
A few weekends ago on January 27th, The Korematsu Institute celebrated Fred Korematsu Day 2013 by honoring a group of American civil rights heroes. The event was hosted by San Francisco native and activist Danny Glover. In keeping with the … Continue reading
DiversityInc published an articled entitled 7 Things NEVER to Say to Asian-American Executives but I feel like most of these are things that people shouldn’t say to any Asian American, regardless of whether or not they are “executives.” The list … Continue reading
Number One Son is not a Jeremy Lin fan (“over-rated” he calls Lin), so I was surprised when he told me that I should watch Jeremy Lin’s new video, “The Last Pick.” This video was created by the Jubilee Project, … Continue reading
First there was Cabinet Secretary Chris Lu resigning after four years of service in The White House, now Secretary of Energy Steven Chu is retiring: “While I will always remain dedicated to the missions of the department, I informed the … Continue reading
[In 2009, the decades-long civil war in Sri Lanka between the terrorist LTTE or Tamil Tigers and Sri Lankan Government finally ended, but left behind a legacy of war that endures, further complicated by global climate change. In 2012, Johnny … Continue reading
By Isaac Ho When a horrible tragedy captures our nation’s attention (as happened with the Newtown shootings) we, as a society and as individuals, search for answers vowing to never allow such a tragedy to happen again. No industry wants … Continue reading
UPDATE 2/13/2013: Congrats to Jacqueline Wu! So here’s the deal. I’m on the Board of East West Players (EWP), the largest producing organization of Asian American artistic work and the longest running professional theater of color in the country. Since … Continue reading
Now, I do have to admit. I voted for Julia Gilliard at the last election. For those who don’t know, Julia Gilliard is the head of a minority government compromised of the Labour and Green parties. Traditionally, they’ve stood out … Continue reading
When I was growing up, one of the stereotypes for Filipino kids was that we were all supposed be able to dance. In this video, it looks like this stereotype, probably encouraged by the success of Asian American Dance Crews … Continue reading
http://youtu.be/XGiwRaCxH2A With every Super Bowl, there are the commercials. In fact, many people just watch the Super Bowl for the commercials. But since I live in the San Francisco Bay Area, I was rooting for the 49ers – too bad … Continue reading